He said the assessments were not independent and should be called “robo-planning” because, like robo-debt, they applied a mathematical formula in ways it should never be used.
“Robo-planning could be used to exclude participants, cap plans or change the NDIS eligibility criteria,” said Professor Bonyhady, who was the inaugural chair of the National Disability Insurance Agency from 2013 to 2016.Read full story... (off-site)
- National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
- Jewel Topsfield
- Date published:
- Fri 23rd Apr, 2021